Burglaries

A vacant property on Dry Creek Road, Kilmore East, was the subject of a burglary between October 19 and November 30.

Unknown offender/s unscrewed hinges on a door and entered the property, stealing items valued between $5000 and $10,000.

Items stolen were two water pumps, two heaters, a dishwasher, two sets of taps, a front door, and light globes.

A pizza shop in Powlett Street Broadford was broken into between 8.30pm on November 28 and 7.30am on November 29.

Offenders smashed the front glass door of the shop, and stole a cash register but no cash was left inside.

In Kilmore, between 5.40pm on Sunday and 5.10am yesterday, Monday, offenders entered a bakery/café in Melbourne Street.

Police believe offenders tried to force entry through the front folding windows but were unsuccessful. They then forced entry to the building by smashing the glass on the main entry door, and stole about $4000 in cash from the premises.

Police urge anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Criminal damage

A display home office on Wallan-Whittlesea Road was the target of criminals between 5.15pm on November 29 and 10.25am on November 30.

Unknown offenders damaged the sign at the front of the unit, the front decking, front wire screen door and balustrade, but entry was not gained to the office.

Trespass and theft

Offenders used a grinder to cut the bolt of a gate of a residential home on Sungarrin Road, Hilldene, on November 28, stealing a ladder, valued at about $200.

No entry was gained into the house.

Theft of motor vehicle

Between 9pm on Saturday and 1pm on Sunday, an offender stole a vehicle parked on Duke Street, Wallan.

Theft

Concrete materials valued at $5,020.68 were stolen from a construction site on Domain Road, Beveridge, at 10.45am on November 28.

Police urge anyone with information to come forward or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.